Levy Payments can be made via My Community or directly to our office with Cash or Cheque. Alternatively owners may use the DEFT or BPAY Systems.
Payment can also be made at any Australia Post Office.

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       The current Strata Act States that "regular contributions are taken to              have been duly levied on a lot owner irrespective of whether the levy        notice was received"

Your levies must be paid whether or not you receive a notice. Unpaid levies mean you will not be able to vote at meetings. Make sure your current address is on the strata roll so you can receive notices of both levies and meetings. You can pay your levies any time up until a meeting starts, in order to be financial and therefore eligible to vote.

The owners corporation can impose a charge of 10% simple interest for levies not paid within 1 month of their due date. The owners corporation can also take debt recovery action through the local court.


DEFT Payment Systems - www.deft.com.au

DEFT Payment Systems offers you a simple, easy and secure way to make payments to your biller. You can make payments online when it suits you, anywhere, anytime.

DEFT allows you to make a one off payment, or can help you manage your payments by offering a recurring payment option - just specify how much and how often you would like a payment to be made.

DEFT also keeps a 12 month history of all payments made through your unique DEFT Reference Number, which allows you to track your most recent payments.

The DEFT website is protected by 256-bit encryption running on a Secure Socket Layer (SSL). Operated by Macquarie Bank since 1995, DEFT processes millions of payments each year, giving thousands of bill payers like you, the freedom, flexibility, security and convenience of paying bills online.


BPAY - www.bpay.com.au

BPAY led the world when it launched BPAY as a single bill payment service accepted across the banking system in 1997 — and is still Australia’s leading bill payment service.

Today BPAY offers fast, secure and convenient bill payments through over 150 Australian financial institutions, such as banks and credit unions, covering around 90 per cent of the consumer banking market.